Three Physical Signs of a Low-Quality Liposomal Product
If the product is very watery, it is most likely due to an insufficient amount of phospholipids or the use of low quality phospholipids. If the product is a thick paste, it likely does not have enough water for the creation of liposomes.
If the product separates into layers, it is a strong indicator the liposomal mixture is deteriorating. On the other hand, if there are noticeable lumps or the product feels gritty, it is a sign that the nutrients are coming out of the liposomes and forming crystals.
If the volume of the dosage is too small, there are not enough phospholipids and water to make proper liposomes. For example, 1,000mg of vitamin C and 1,000mg of phospholipids, along with the necessary amount of water for proper liposome formation, will fill a teaspoon (5mL). It is not likely this amount of material could fit into one or even two large-sized capsules.